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These cities in the U.S. have the most old homes

Many people prefer a newly built house when looking to buy a home, while others are looking for character and history. There are still many cities in the United States filled with homes that were built before 1940. In fact, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, 12.3% of all American homes were built before 1940 and only 4.6% were built in the past five years. Air filter brand Filterbuy analyzed cities in the United States to determine which have the most homes built before 1940. The analysis looked at midsize and large cities with populations of at least 150,000 people. If you’re looking to settle down in a town with historic charm, here are the midsize and large U.S. cities with the oldest homes.

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